Welcome to Auklet Class!
A very warm welcome to Auklet class! The adults that work in Auklet class are; Miss Mileham (Class Teacher), Miss Spraggs (Teaching Assistant) and Mrs Davis (Cover on Tuesday mornings).
Starting school is an exciting time, so please make sure you check back here often to see recent activities we have been doing. Our topic for the Autumn Term is: 'Let's Make, Bake and Celebrate', please see below for our topic booklet.
This is a fantastic, useful booklet to help you find out more about how your child is learning and developing in their first 5 years in relation to the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework.
Also please see the Help Your Child information page for more resources.
The children have made some beautiful poppies with Mrs Davis this week in preparation for Remembrance Sunday. A simple design but they look spectacular on our classroom windows. Miss Mileham and Miss Spraggs were very proud of the children during our Remembrance Assembly. The whole class stood so quietly and listened to the poems read out by the older children.
The children have been very keen to do some writing outside now that we have learnt our Phase 2 sounds. It has been lovely to spot new words written on the patio!
Thank you to the parents that came to see our Harvest Assembly, and thank you for your wonderful donations for the food bank. The children worked really hard making their pictures of scarecrows and singing Dingle Dangle Scarecrow.
We were very lucky to have Mike Brownlow, a children's author, come and visit us during We Love Reading Week! Mike read us his book, 10 Little Pirates and 10 Little Robots. Mike then showed the children how to draw one of his characters, stripy robot. We had to listen really hard to some instructions, such as, draw a square above the rectangle. The children did very well and we were all very proud of the children's artwork.
Mrs Davis did some wonderful painting surrounding harvest. The children had a picture sheet, in which they had to tick off when they spotted the different harvest fruit and vegetables on their hunt outside. They then used apples to do some beautiful printing.
Run, run as fast as you can!
We have been looking at the gingerbread man story, we then made our own gingerbread people and decorated them with two eyes and a smiley face. Look out for pictures of our role play area turning into the baker's kitchen.